Gucci Mane's back and cleaner than ever. Don't misconstrue what I'm saying. He's as dirty and vulgar as ever, as seen in the visuals for "Icy Lil Bitch" and its bountiful boobage. But, Woptober is an album that's more focused than we've seen Guwop in years. It hits your typical Gucci tropes, yes. There's mention of his prowess and hustling, humping and hamming it up for the masses (read: turning TF up and not giving a damn about who sees him). But, they're hit in a way that reminds us why we fell in love with Guwop and his movement in the first place. What's best about this album is that he isn't overreliant on features.
Rozay gives us a dope verse on "Money Machine," but it's less about who else is spitting bars on here and more about recapturing the throne of trap rap. And the energy he gets from producers such as Metro and Zaytoven may very well help him regain that spot. The album probably won't covert the nonbelievers. But, screw them. They're usually elitists who wouldn't know a good time if it bit them on the junk. So, check the project out below and be sure to cop it on iTunes and elsewhere.